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What happens if one can't sleep at a sleep study. do they allow to bring meds or mouthguards?

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Dr. Behram Dalal answered

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They would : Explain and discuss everything with you. Sometimes they can do a split study - part without a snore guard and part with. Depends on the facility and their protocol. Also a typical night guard is not a snoring / sleep apnea device. Hope this helps.

Answered 1/3/2015

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Dr. Alan Zweig answered

Specializes in Prosthodontics

Yes: You can take a sleeping aid as it doesnt affect the things that they observe during your sleep.

Answered 3/9/2014

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Dr. Jeffrey Bassman answered

Specializes in Dentistry

Yes: Yes but they may consider a home sleep study- not as effective in terms of the info provided, but a viable alternative.

Answered 3/9/2014

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